Definition of stroller in English:



  • 1A person taking a leisurely walk.

    ‘shady gardens where strollers could relax’
    • ‘Saturday morning strollers were greeted with a revolting scene as they walked along Webster's Lock in Graiguecullen.’
    • ‘And club officials have thanked the athletes and Sunday strollers for the big support they gave to Sunday's event.’
    • ‘Shoppers and strollers should walk up the road and vehicle parking should be restricted to the southern side of Cubbon Road.’
    • ‘The 230 city footpaths closed to halt the risk of spreading the infection are still being used by some dog walkers and strollers.’
    • ‘Serious, speedy walkers led the pack of more relaxed Sunday strollers in the Daily Dispatch / Rotary Big Walk.’
    • ‘By day the numerous cafés welcome strollers sipping cafés blancs (not coffee at all, as I discover painfully, but boiling rose water).’
    • ‘A casual stroller or a citizen walking to a building on MG Road should be prepared for some heavy-duty hurdles.’
    • ‘Swimmers and strollers alike take advantage of the safe, golden beaches located conveniently nearby.’
    • ‘While there's full access to the museum, the wilder reaches of Pollok Park are firmly off limits to dog walkers and Sunday strollers.’
    • ‘I glanced back at the man, who was thirty yards away and almost invisible through the park's Sunday strollers.’
    • ‘Casual strollers can watch classes and rehearsals while walking by.’
    • ‘The eyesore, which has claimed its fair share of bended fenders and caused innumerable headaches to strollers and cyclists, won't be missed.’
    • ‘But do not imagine that because we sauntered we were idle strollers!’
    • ‘Today, tango dancers entertain strollers while a collection of galleries, antique shops and cafes surround the plaza.’
    • ‘Cops gave tickets to 513 other city strollers for walking through a red light.’
    • ‘Regular strollers take note that a 10 km charity walk takes place in Lisselton on Good Friday.’
    • ‘The navigator's migraine had subsided, and as we walked out of Skidby there were some strollers and horse riders on the move, things looked fine.’
  • 2North American A pushchair.

    • ‘I took off running as best as I could without losing control of the stroller, not noticing the car passing me.’
    • ‘A travel system has a stay in the car base, a stroller frame to which the infant carrier/car safety seat is attached.’
    • ‘Families move en masse to the beach lugging strollers and coolers, and kids on bikes zigzag in the street.’
    • ‘Do you prefer a regular stroller and a car seat or a convertible travel system?’
    • ‘From the street, there was the sound of police sirens, the bus hitting the stroller and an assortment of screams and squealing brakes.’
    • ‘It is customary to take children outdoors every day in prams or strollers.’
    • ‘We're taking the car seat and a stroller and all the toys that distract her for more than fractions of actual seconds.’
    • ‘They're strapped into strollers, booster seats, car seats.’
    • ‘Tverskaya Street, the capital's principal artery, is filled with strollers, late-model cars, and outdoor cafés.’
    • ‘Buses accommodate strollers, and trains have places for children to play.’
    • ‘A man jogs by with a child in a stroller and they wave.’
    • ‘The infant/toddler car seat then can be attached to a stroller frame and later it can reattach to the base that's in the car.’
    • ‘A convertible travel system may be your preference over a regular stroller and a car seat.’
    • ‘He said a landfill project could be constructed which would include a road for bicyclists and beach strollers.’
    • ‘Envelope address labels work well on hard surfaces like car seats and strollers.’
    • ‘I was there on an extremely busy day, and the crowds were easily accommodated, despite many wheelchairs and strollers.’
    • ‘There are two basic flavours of tandem jogging strollers, the seats can be positioned side-by-side or one in front of the other.’
    • ‘The small child in the stroller with her was soon in a screaming frenzy as well.’
  • 3South African A young urban vagrant; a street child.

    ‘a little stroller taps on the window and cups his hands in a begging gesture’